Manassas Park, Virginia Tutoring Programs
Get started with SchoolTutoring Academy's tutoring programs for Manassas Park, Virginia students.
Manassas Park District and Curriculum
SchoolTutoring Academy’s tutoring programs for Manassas Park students start with a ACADEMIC ASSESSMENT with an Academic Director. Call us now for a personalized quote! Our services include regular one-on-one tutoring, academic mentorship, bi-weekly progress reports, learning profiles and parental conference calls.
Manassas Park District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
The Manassas City Public Schools create an atmosphere where students not only learn, but they can possess ownership of their education. This is met by using the Standards of Learning as a basis of creating lessons and allowing the students to learn through a variety of instructional methods.
We currently cover the following Manassas Park-area school district: Manassas City Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Manassas Park District Curriculum
Reading is a part of the language arts curriculum. At Manassas City Public Schools it is taught through a variety of books from the very beginning. Students learn about a story’s setting, characters, the time period, problems, solutions and sequence of events that occur in a story. By learning these aspects early, students are able to read stories such as “Charlotte’s Web,” “The Merchant of Venice,” “Odyssey,’ and “Fahrenheit 451” with more meaning and clarity.
The significance of the Science curriculum is shown by how soon Manassas City Public Schools begins the students’ education. From the beginning the students are introduced to the steps of the scientific investigation. This shows them to question, predict, observe and recognize patterns so as they learn they use these as a framework. In the elementary grades the students learn about topics such as environments, food chains, matter and simple machines.
Our Manassas Park, Virginia tutoring programs are personalized just for you
Our instructors hail from Harvard, Stanford, Duke and other top institutions
Keeping Informed: Recent Manassas Park Educational News
- Model U.N - Model United Nations is an organization that discusses problems of the world and how to solve them. They compete at various conferences each year where they meet others students with their same interest. In competitions the group drafts a resolution to a United Nations model.
- High School Bands - The high school band includes, besides marching and concert band, concert band bras, honors concert band brass, concert band woodwinds, honors concert band woodwinds, chamber winds, percussion ensembles and jazz band. In addition there is a winter guard, a basketball band and the musical pit. Each of these groups attend different competitions throughout that the year that include some sort of musical performance.
- FBLA - The Future Business Leaders of America are students you wish to further their knowledge of the business world. During their meetings they are presented the opportunities of hearing the expertise of businessmen. They also compete at local and state events. Some of the areas of competitions include: spreadsheets, accounting, business math, and public speaking.
Manassas Park Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed
SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.
Chalk Talk: Helping a Child Cope With Frustration
Every child can feel a sense of frustration when faced with something new. There are a few things that parents can do to help alleviate this feeling in children. First, when a child appears frustrated, stay calm. It is important that a parent does not reflect frustration in their own mannerisms. Instead, talk calmly with a child and try to get the child to mimic you. Present the child with some challenges that are just a little beyond what they usually do. When they begin to struggle, do not jump in but give them hints to make the situation easier. Next, encourage the child to be independent by supplying times where they can play with others without close supervision. Make sure the children are safe put otherwise let them solve problems themselves. This allows then to deal with frustration on their own, instead of having to turn to adults for assistance.